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Space-saving ideas for small apartments

Small spaces can be challenging to organize and it’s sometimes hard to make everything function without getting too crowded. That’s why thinking ahead is crucial because fitting your entire life into a small space is never easy. People tend to add too many elements with the intention of creating more room, but they just end up with too much going on in a small space. However, there are many ideas perfect for using every inch of available space, and you can create storage space where you’d never have thought it possible. These creative tricks will help you make tiny living possible and take your mind off the fact that you’re living a downsized life.

Sleeping area

Daniella Blanket Box

Daniella Blanket Box from Zanuii
A practical sofa bed is quite all right, but this feature can sometimes turn out to be bad for your back, and soon enough you’ll want to replace it. On the other hand, If you want to create a multi-functional space, a Murphy bed is the best option for you. Apart from being a designated sleeping area, you can add a wooden board and use it as a desk when you’re not sleeping. This is an investment worth making because not only will it save you space, but it will also save you money since such a construction is cheaper than buying separate elements.

Storage inventions

Buckhurst Coffee Table

Buckhurst Coffee Table from Zanuii

The main thing you’ll miss in a small apartment is storage space, which is why you need to be creative and find more space for your belongings. Instead of buying a standard coffee table for your living room, opt for a sophisticated table with storage where you can store extra goodies. Apart from that, high shelves are a great way to use all the vertical space that you didn’t plan on using in the first place. This is great if you’re a collector and want to store your precious items, but also wish to display them proudly.

Space-saving doors

With these small spaces, even the tiniest details – the type of doors, for instance – need to be carefully planned. Pocket doors are great for your kitchen and bathroom, and since they don’t require too much space, you can add some shelves close by. When it comes to your living room, you’ll want something more stylish, and sliding barn doors are a perfect way to achieve that. Apart from being aesthetically pleasing, they are also a great way to add unique style to your small space and thus open up the room even more.

Kitchen hacks

Kitchen design trends in 2019

You’ll want to use the biggest portion of your kitchen space for the appliances, and in order to do that, you need to find space for your supplies too. If you’re a DIY enthusiast, you can create a slim pull-out pantry – this is a great option because it can be tucked between the appliances or even in the corner of your kitchen. Apart from that, use every free inch of space to add cabinets, and instead of insisting on wooden cabinet doors, use glass or leave the cabinets open. This will create an illusion of a much bigger space and make you feel better while you’re cooking.

Additional hacks

If you like to have people over, folding chairs are amazing for adding more seating area. Not only can you use them for your guests, but you can also use them in your dining area when you’re having a meal. In addition to that, you can avoid having a coffee table in your living room and use wooden couch wraps that can serve both as a stylish way to accessorize the couch and as a chic table. If you’re an avid cyclist and don’t have a garage or a balcony, you can display your bike and use it as a decorative piece. To soothe the look, build a shelf above your bike and add a plant that will elevate the appeal.

Moving into a small space doesn’t mean you have to downsize and remove most of the belongings from your living space. Be creative, come up with different ideas and try to add more hacks along the way. Soon enough you’ll be pleased with your small, yet functional space and these ideas will help you feel like you’re living in a mansion.

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